Minn. winter (still going). Of my two hives, one has overwintered very well- large cluster, a lot of remaining honey. The other died out (probably froze), with most of their honey still there. I use all mediums and have more than three packed with capped honey left. I will be installing a package next month. What do you recommend for an arrangement of the boxes with the new package installed. Can I place the bees below all this honey and they will eat and then use the comb, or do I need a box of empty drawn comb right above and feeder, etc? I could take the honey, but I crush and strain and hate to destroy this deep drawn comb. I have learned more about the right amount of honey to leave for next winter, but would appreciate advice on what to do with this leftover honey this year and how to arrange my boxes for installing the package this spring. Thank you.